- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of scrunch.
“Another passenger - a local nurse named Mary - made her diagnosis: "He's drunk," she said in English, scrunching her face in disapproval.”
“She recalls scrunching up the abaya and throwing it in a cupboard and yearning for the trip to the US.”
“We are the bristling hackles and the belly laughs, the butterflies in our tummies and the scrunching in our balls, the pride in our puffed chests and the anger in our grinding teeth.”
“Her transitions — like scrunching up her eyes when "Jane" is thinking, then opening them in wide, thrilled shock when "Deb" realizes that "Jane" has had a thought — are clear without seeming forced.”
“The room is quiet now except for the scrunching sound of men helping their wives search for Kleenex in their pocketbooks, ignoring the 200 boxes of tissue scattered about the room.”
“I willed them to relax but found myself scrunching up my face again minutes later.”
““Those are not sweet hearts!” she said, scrunching up her face.”
“Move your shoulders away from your ears no scrunching and keep your core muscles engaged.”
“I often found myself all contorted, scrunching over, trying to figure out the whole breastfeeding thing.”
““It was intense,” McChrystal said, scrunching his already deeply carved face.”
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